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Investigation into the 2004 US Election: North Carolina


Project: Investigation into the 2004 US Election

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November 2, 2004

       4,438 (Early reports say 4,530 votes) votes are lost in North Carolina's Carteret County because officials believed the computer that stored ballots electronically could hold more data than it actually could. The officials claimed that the voting system's manufacturer, UniLect Corp., had said that each of the storage unit could hold 10,500 votes when in actuality, the limit was 3,005. [The News and Observer, 11/17/2004; Associated Press, 11/4/2004; Journal Gazette, 11/13/2004] According to the North Carolina News and Observer, “Most of the votes lost were by registered Republicans.” [The News and Observer, 11/17/2004]

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